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October 11, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Lani and Allen Voivod says: Historically speaking, there used to be an idea that certain kinds of marketing tactics were reserved for certain kinds of businesses and brands. You might have expected a circus company to stage a big to-do in Times Square, for example, but not a home appliance company.
Competing in the Social Customer’s World – Getting Hotter
pgreenbe says:

When I wrote the margin of utility a few weeks ago, that was only one of a series of posts that I want to present to y’all on “howto engage customers.” I think, regardless of what we want to call it, we’re all in agreement that since customers are now different – are now social customers – or at least a significant and increasing percentage of the population is – that we have to develop customer e

The Google Shuffle?
Jonathan Anthony and Kyle Krenbrink says:

Has your website recently sunk to “Davy Google Jones Jr’s Locker”?

Webmasters and SEO gurus have been scratching our heads for a few weeks now trying to figure out what has been happening to Google’s SERP rankings. After scouring blogs and forums for the last few days, it would seem that there is no real consensus. In fact, it seems that no one is willing to even speculate much as to what

Yahoo Now Filters Ads in Search Results Too says:

Last month, Yahoo debuted itsnew search results pages, which among other things allow a user to filter organic search results by site. Today, Yahoo added the ability for a publisher’s ads to be filtered as well.

It’s being touted as a benefit to users, but not all advertisers will be happy about the move.

Beginning today, if a user elects to filter results by a site, and that site is also an adverti

Jerry Bader says: Everyone wants to do more business. Everyone occasionally runs a promotion, a new marketing initiative, a product launch, or a new seasonal lineup. Everyone has a website stuffed with all kinds of content ranging from the important to the useless. But only the truly smart business minds understand that campaigns require their own space and identity if they are to succeed. And when it comes to usin
Why Apple & Google Win – and Your Company Doesn’t
Scott Monty says:

It’s all about usability. 




Common sense dictates that the easier something is to accomplish, the more readily it will be passed along. What information do you ask your customers to submit? And of that, which isreallynecessary? Less is more.


Courtesy ofStuff That Happens.


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What To Do When Your Site Drops
Dave Davies says:

It’s happened to all of us. You wake up one morning feeling like a million bucks, you stretch and if you’re like me, you notice the eye-rolling as once again your significant other catches you with a toothbrush dangling from your mouth and a laptop or iPhone in front of you while you check rankings and emails. And then it happens – you start your browser with a search phrase already set to display

YouTube to Partner with U.K.’s Channel 4 for long-form Video? says:

clickz_ukandeu.gifYouTube is close to agreeing to a landmark deal with U.K. broadcaster Channel 4, according to a report from the Telegraph. The partnership would see Channel 4 itself selling ad inventory around its long-form content, splitting a portion of that revenue with the Google-owned video site,the Telegraph says.

A Google spokesperson told me today the firm “does not comment on speculation,” but Google and

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